why government employees get high salary not private in india

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pooja singh asked 19-Aug-2020 in Indian Culture by pooja singh

why government employees get high salary not private in india

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Disha nagpal answered 21-Aug-2020 by Disha nagpal

why government employees get high salary not private in india

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Government Representatives or employees in India are sufficiently paid. Nobody can intelligently profess it to be more. if you ever sat in SSC, BANK CLERK, BANK exam then you will get to know. The degree of rivalry is expanding step by step and opportunities are diminishing. Because of wild rivalry, endeavors are made to break into the administration assessment. 

What's more, the government employees who are making this much salary and crying on the seventh pay commission, do you additionally realize that pay commission comes in 10 years. Is it accurate to say that they are not justified, despite any potential benefits?

Furthermore, individuals who would now be able to contend that they win under table cash and subsequently procure in millions, truly? Shouldn't something be said about legit individuals in government? For what reason should a fair individual endure the worst part of the corruption of others. He 0r she should expand it a great deal and I don't think it is much in any sense.
Suppose you are an extraordinary government employee who works a great deal, is progressing admirably, is showing progress. Then again another employee accomplishes enough work to take care of any issue, who goes for a long mid-day break, not thinking much about the impact. Both get equivalent salary pay. Equivalent boosts in salary and equivalent advancements dependent on age.
The issue with government jobs is that in contrast to the private sector, productivity isn't paid here, adequately promising this framework. On the off chance that advancement is ensured to show somebody, it will make an arrangement of underperformance.
There ought to be a solid promotion framework where individuals not performing on KPIs ought not to be promoted and salary pay rates ought not to be reconsidered and individuals with solid KPIs ought to be advanced and given augmentations.